ego tu sum

limbo.

This dress is tumblr

doctorwho:

Today’s a pretty great day, what with the announcement of the London stop of the Doctor Who World Tour and all, but tomorrow’s going to be even better—because tomorrow is Reply Day!

Yep, you heard us right. We’re going to be answering questions, from anyone about (almost) anything all day. Our inbox and tags are always crammed full of the most fascinating and fantastical queries, advice, and tales, but tomorrow we’re finally going to sit down at our little Adipose desk and dive deep into the world of REPLIES.
If you have any questions you’d like answered by the army of Adipose (or whichever ones decide to show up tomorrow), make a text post, photoset, video, drawing, or anything else you can think of and post it to your blog with the tag #Ask the Adipose. 

Some sample questions:
Why are you so adorable? (Answer: If we told you, we’d have to erase your memory.)
How many times have you watched The Christmas Invasion? (Answer: Far too many.)
Are you excited for the premiere of Series 8? (Answer: Sooooooooo excited.)
As you can see, the possibilities are practically infinite, so we’re sure you’ll have some great questions for us. It’s going to be a fantastic time and we can’t wait to get answering!


What does an adult adipose look lie?

doctorwho:

Today’s a pretty great day, what with the announcement of the London stop of the Doctor Who World Tour and all, but tomorrow’s going to be even better—because tomorrow is Reply Day!

image

Yep, you heard us right. We’re going to be answering questions, from anyone about (almost) anything all day. Our inbox and tags are always crammed full of the most fascinating and fantastical queries, advice, and tales, but tomorrow we’re finally going to sit down at our little Adipose desk and dive deep into the world of REPLIES.

If you have any questions you’d like answered by the army of Adipose (or whichever ones decide to show up tomorrow), make a text post, photoset, video, drawing, or anything else you can think of and post it to your blog with the tag #Ask the Adipose

image

Some sample questions:

  • Why are you so adorable? (Answer: If we told you, we’d have to erase your memory.)
  • How many times have you watched The Christmas Invasion? (Answer: Far too many.)
  • Are you excited for the premiere of Series 8? (Answer: Sooooooooo excited.)

As you can see, the possibilities are practically infinite, so we’re sure you’ll have some great questions for us. It’s going to be a fantastic time and we can’t wait to get answering!

image

What does an adult adipose look lie?

faceyourshut:

yaaaassss

faceyourshut:

yaaaassss

(Source: gigapower, via coplandfanboy)

dicksplit:

holding in a fart all day and finally getting home

image

Aka when Matt leaves for work.

(via lksrs)

princessnecrophilia:

I DONT THINK ITS POSSIBLE TO DESCRIBE HOW HARD I LAUGH EVERY FUCKING TIMe

(via horribilisdictu)

thejaegercometh:

strictlygamee:

Charlie Day doppelganger: NBA player Josh McRoberts

thejaegercometh:

strictlygamee:

Charlie Day doppelganger: NBA player Josh McRoberts

(via hotmestas)

myheartbeatsforhummus:

This post is eveeeeeeeerything

(Source: murdalinmurda, via fattyonfire)

yonassassin:

jedavu:

Table Topography: Wood Furniture Embedded with Glass Rivers and Lakes by Greg Klassen

OwO

(via ohtheinanity)

Contemporary artist Gabriel Dawe turned historic Villa Olmo in Como, Italy into a beautiful rainbow art installation entitled Plexus no. 19, which stretched from balcony to balcony, filling the room with vibrant color.

(Source: cubebreaker, via ohtheinanity)

foundingfatherfest:

Rebloggable by request. Colorized Alexander Hamilton portrait from the $10 bill.

foundingfatherfest:

Rebloggable by request. Colorized Alexander Hamilton portrait from the $10 bill.

“Listen up, two. A ten is speaking.”

—   Alexander Hamilton to Thomas Jefferson (via john-laurens)
ancientart:

The Lansdowne Bust of Athena of Velletri. 
Roman, 2nd-century copy after a Greek original of circa 430–420 B.C. by Kresilas. 
Courtesy of & currently located at the LACMA, via their online collections, 49.23.1.

ancientart:

The Lansdowne Bust of Athena of Velletri. 

Roman, 2nd-century copy after a Greek original of circa 430–420 B.C. by Kresilas. 

Courtesy of & currently located at the LACMA, via their online collections, 49.23.1.

(Source: pushthemovement, via hotmestas)